Technology Integration and the Classroom Learning Environment: Research for Action
Learning Environments Research Volume 4, Number 3, ISSN 1387-1579
Describes initial results of a collaborative action research endeavor between a university and a magnet school (grade 6 level) using learning environments research to monitor alignment of classroom learning activities with a constructivist viewpoint while integrating technology into the curriculum. Discusses use of the Constructivist Learning Environment Survey. (Contains 51 references.) (Author/LRW)
Harwell, S.H., Gunter, S., Montgomery, S., Shelton, C. & West, D. (2001). Technology Integration and the Classroom Learning Environment: Research for Action. Learning Environments Research, 4(3), 259.
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